Victor Looking to Learn More About Michigan

Coconut Creek (Fla.) High 2016 WR Binjimen Victor is looking to build his relationship with Michigan. However, will he take an official visit to U-M this fall? Find out that and more inside.

BEAVERTON, Ore. – Four-star 2016 wide receiver Binjimen Victor was offered by Michigan last year, and even took a visit to Ann Arbor. But after the firing of Brady Hoke, his relationship with the Wolverines cooled off a bit in his recruitment.

Now it seems his recruitment with the Wolverines is heating up again.

In fact, the Coconut Creek (Fla.) High standout says he’s even considering taking one of his five official to Michigan this fall. But first he wants to continue to get know Michigan’s new coaching staff a little bit better.

“Ever since the offered me since last year, I haven’t really been in contact with Michigan,” Victor said. “When I went up to visit they were able to see me. Now (the new coaching staff) contacts me on (direct message on Twitter). I talk to them more. I just want to build a relationship with their receiving coach and their head coach, coach (Jim) Harbaugh.”

That being said, will Victor take an official visit to U-M this fall? Well, maybe, he says.

“I am not sure yet,” he said. “I only have one visit lined up right now. For right now I will just see how everything plays out.

“I have seen everything at Michigan already. I just want to see how their season goes this year, basically. I want to see how they play against other teams and how they use their big receivers.”

One thing that is trending in Michigan direction is Harbaugh, Victor says, who has already made quite the first impression.

“It was a great experience,” he said of meeting Harbaugh. “It was my first time talking to him. It was just ‘hi,’ and he wanted to see how everything was going. But next time I talk to him, I want to talk more about me playing on his offense and see how he would use me.”

At the moment, Vicitor says he has no leader in the clubhouse and plans to make his announce on national signing day.

“I don’t have any standouts right now,” he said of his top schools. “But a couple schools that are hitting me hard are Ohio State, Mississippi, Florida and Miami (Fla.).”

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